Closeouts. Comfortable, durable and most importantly waterproof, Sorel's Woodbine Welly rubber boots feature a handcrafted, vulcanized rubber shell with 200g Thinsulate® insulation and a grippy, herringbone outsole with multi-directional lugs.
Reviewed by Chicago survivor from Chicago, IL on Monday, January 27, 2014
These boots are excellent in water or in snow. They are being put to the test in a fierce Chicago winter. Very comfortable and dry with as good grip. I found the sizing to be perfect, though others have claimed the boots run a little small.
Reviewed by Memphis Girl from Memphis on Tuesday, December 3, 2013
I wanted some great rain boots and love Sorel.
I usually size down two sizes when buying men's. (I wear 9 in women, 7 in men)
They fit beautifully and look better in person.
I'm getting quite a collection of Sorel's thanks to their great quality and STP's great discounts.
Keep 'em coming! I couldn't be happier.
Reviewed by farm girl from upstate NY from Upstate NY on Thursday, November 14, 2013
I have searched for years for rubber barn boots that don't have heavy treads to track debris trying to find the same quality as the "green chore boots with yellow laces" that EVERYONE had years ago. I have bought inexpensive boots and had the rubber crack in as little as 3 days of wearing. These will hopefully last me for a few years. The only thing that could make them better would be if they were available in a higher version as well. These may not work in deep snow or crossing creeks in the woods. They appear to be good quality - time will be the proof! I was reluctant because I usually wear a smaller size. but these seem to run a little small and fit fine.
Reviewed by GB from Washington on Saturday, November 2, 2013
seemed to me that they should have held up better. I used them for fishing off my boat. they lasted about 1/2 the season before the sole started to come off and was leaking. Put most of a tube of glue I them hoping to reattach the sole. Hope they don't leak again. Like the design.
Reviewed by Mike the Gordon Setter guy. from Oklahoma on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
I have to wear extra heavy sox for better fit. I would buy 1 size smaller if repeating this purchase. I primarily use them for kennel cleaning. There is not enough support to use them for dog training on heavy dew days.